New Game Informer Capcom’s homepage details some of the changes for the anticipated remake Resident Evil 4 making an original and hugely influential horror game.
One of the big changes coming to RE4 The remake is directed by Ashley Graham (not a supermodel) works on scenes where the protagonist, Leon S. Kennedy, must accompany and protect him. In the original version RE4, players must keep an eye on Ashley’s health and make sure the enemies don’t take her away. As Ashley despairs and constantly screams Leon’s name, the players can’t do any of the above tasks.
In the remake, Ashley no longer has a health bar. Must be President Graham’s A girl with stupid ears When Leon tries to get him safely out of Las Plagas, he takes too much damage, and he enters a ruined state and needs to regenerate. IGN reports.
According to a Capcom representative, this change to Ashley’s game mechanics was made to make her “not feel like a second health bar for a natural companion or babysitter.”
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Another change is coming RE4of Remake is the durability of weapons, especially for Leon’s combat knife. Looking at the end extended last October game trailer, Leon’s trusty knife has the power to take down a chainsaw, which costs a fortune. Instead of going around saying “ol’ reliable” the whole time RE4 open wooden crates, kill zombies and save ammo, Leon’s knife will deteriorate over time, but players can have multiple knives in their inventory, still in the shape of Leon’s iconic attaché box.
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Side quests are also making their way RE4 to do again. according to IGN, the blue pages scattered about the game allow you to complete tasks that help you. Finally, Game Informer the cover story mentions the fast-paced events as a constant element of the source material RE4effectively destroyed, although this aspect of the remake was also mentioned in an earlier interview.
“I’d say there are almost no QTEs. Different people have different definitions of what a QTE is, so I can’t tell you that there aren’t any, but I can say that you weren’t prompted to press a button in the middle of the stage,” said producer Yoshiaki Hirabayashi. IGN in an earlier interview.
Resident Evil 4 (Repeat) It is scheduled for release on March 24th on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, PC, and Xbox Series X/S.